Enlarging the moral community: Engaging with non-human animals’ subjectivities in organization studies
Paring, Géraldine (2018), Enlarging the moral community: Engaging with non-human animals’ subjectivities in organization studies, Business & Society Seminar, 2018-06, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleBusiness & Society Seminar
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Dauphine Recherches en Management [DRM]
Abstract (EN)The moral status of animals is growingly debated in society; notably, they are more and more claimed as subjects rather than objects. In contrast, organization & management research hardly includes animals as subjects if research, partly owing to the lack of theoretical framework adapted to shifting societal perspectives. The research explores a new notion - that of the humananimal organization - which draws on Jacques Derrida, to explore new processes for inclusive organizations to be less anthropocentric and include animals viewpoint.
Subjects / KeywordsAnimals; Derrida; inclusive organization
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